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Longholme Methodist Church, Rawtenstall

War Memorial

Longholme Methodist Church, Rawtenstall

East Plaque

In Grateful and Loving
Memory of the
Lads of our Sunday School
Who fell in the Great War
1914 - 1919
They shall not grow as we that
are left grow old
age shall not weary them, nor
years condemn.

South PlaqueNorth Plaque
 Edmund RamsbottomJuly 11th 1915 Ernest Collinge July 26th 1917 
 Robert Heys Oct 12th 1916 John E. Whittaker Jan 14th 1918 
 George NightingaleApril 1st 1917 James Thompson March 24th 1918 
 Richard Smith April 11th 1917 Rowland Kitchen April 9th 1918 
 A. John Benson April 12th 1917 Edgar Pilling April 9th 1918 
 Willie Thompson April 23rd 1917 Jack Lord August 8th 1918 
 Leslie B. Wyld May 6th 1917 Hartley Holt August 23rd 1918 
 Harry Fenton May 10th 1917 George Tootal Sept 6th 1918 
 James A. Sutcliffe May 17th 1917 Fred Sutcliffe Oct 3rd 1918 
 Jack Fenton June 15th 1917 Ernest H. Holden Nov 7th 1918 

West Plaque

Unnamed at times, at times unknown
Our graves lie thick beyond the seas;
Unnamed but not by him unknown;
"He knows; He sees;"

Scrolled Plaque at foot of Memorial

Longholme Methodist Church, Rawtenstall

1939 - 1945

Arthur Benyon
Harry Cowpe
Harold Dickinson
James Finney
Robert Fuller
Alan Hall
Edward Hindle
Jack Hoyle
George Maskell
Robert Seddon

Longholme Methodist Church, War Memorial

Unveiling of the War Memorial
29th October 1921

The War Memorial, which stood in front of the main entrance to the Sunday School on Bank Street, was unveiled on the 29th of October 1921. It was moved in the early 1960s when the Sunday School was demolished and now stands in the Graveyard opposite the Church main entrance.